We help hardworking families become more financially stable through fostering economic growth and productive employment.
We are currently seeking applications from nonprofit organizations to receive funding for programs supporting priority strategies in Basic Needs and Financial Well-Being. If you visited this page looking for the Basic Needs RFP, please visit the RFP webpage.
United Way works with 70 partners to deliver 10 programs, providing 40,026 people with services that foster financial security.
To guide hard-working families and individuals on a path to financial success, United Way offers RealSense—a nationally recognized financial stability initiative designed to save families money and promote responsible fiscal habits. We do this by providing financial educational programs and free tax preparation to families across six Northeast Florida counties.Learn More
Youth employment is a tactical strategy of United Way’s upward economic mobility work that seeks to expose youth from the bottom levels of the economic spectrum to workforce opportunities. Workforce opportunities not only expose youth to career paths and hands-on learning but help employers fill skill gaps and shape the trajectory of their future workforce.Learn More
Together, we’ll ensure youth and families have the knowledge, skills and resources to increase financial stability and economic mobility.